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Old 11-02-2008, 06:25 PM  
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Did'ja ever have one of those days? you know, the kind of day when nothing seems to go right? Well, I sure did. You can read about it in this issue of ShortCuts.
You must remember the basic woodworkers rule, measure twice...etc? Well, Jim Toplin wrote a whole book about it and we review it for you.
And, one more question. What's a Hackzall? We explain that and more. Take a look!

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Thanks for sharing about your 'bad day." Projects are always longer than they seem for whatever factors find their way in.

This is good advice that if a contractor says about an hour, you better at least double or triple the time.

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